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Ingles Minister of Foreign Affairs: Chile will request explanations from Brazil and Argentina

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27/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mariano Fernández, confirmed this morning that the Chilean government has decided to ask for explanations from the ambassadors of Brazil and Argentina after the diplomats from both nations issued statements in Lima in favor of Peru's maritime claim at The Hague. Fernández stated that "the affirmations made by the ambassadors in a regional capital surprised me, since ambassadors generally act upon instructions", reported Radio Cooperativa. The minister also said that as the head of Chilean diplomacy he has information regarding the stance of the governmental administrations lead by Lula Da Silva and Cristina Fernández concerning the dispute between Chile and Peru at The Hague International Court. Furthermore, he also reiterated the statements made yesterday by the Minister of Government Affairs, José Antonio Viera-Gallo, who contended that in...

Ingles Ministry of Foreign Affairs says Chile needs not "offer explanations" for purchase of arms

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13/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

PRAGUE.- The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mariano Fernández, stated today that Chile has no need to "offer explanations" regarding the purchase of new weaponry, since the nation is currently undergoing a general "technological renovation process" that also includes the Armed Forces. Upon arriving in Prague, where he is scheduled to participate in a ministry meeting held by nations in the European Union (UE) and River Group, Minister Fernández was questioned about the purchase of F-16 airplanes from Holland and concern that some political sectors of Peru have expressed. "Who are we going to offer explanations to?", the minister responded. With regards to whether or not he had had the opportunity to speak to his Peruvian counterpart, José Antonio García Belaúnde, Minister Fernández indicated that he had just traveled with him to Prague last night. Fernández explained that...

Ingles "Papelucho" to be released in theaters in Mexico, U.S.A. and Canada

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08/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

LOS ANGELES.- The popular cartoon character "Papelucho", created by writer Marcela Paz and taken to the big screen by Director Alejandro Rojas, will be seen in North American theatres now that Mexican distributor Gussi has acquired the rights to the film. According to Variety, the animated film, which attracted close to 200 thousand audience members in Chile, was acquired through FilmSharks International – a Latin American company in charge of selling the film's rights abroad. The feature-length film also has been signed to make its way to Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and the Middle East, thanks to operations with film distributors Impacto Cine, EuroCine, Escalon Films and Media International Pictures. FilmSharks also managed to sell the film's rights of "Desierto Sur", by Shawn Garry, to the FiGa Films distributor, which plans to show the movie at a maximum of...

Ingles New music video from band "Los Ex" premiers first on Internet

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07/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- The most recent project of the Chilean rock band Los Ex has been available for just hours. The band has just launched the video for their song "Tienen grandes camionetas" on the Internet, where it is available for free download. The video is the newest addition to the "Free the music" campaign that was started by Levi's this year after the company teamed up with several Chilean musicians so that they could distribute their most recent creations online. "Tienen grandes camionetas" is a song from the album "Pistola de plástico" 2008, which the group made up by artists Colombina Parra (voice and guitar), Hernán Edwards (guitar), Claudius Rieth (base) and Octavio Bascuñán (drums) released at the end of last year. The song, which features electric guitar rifts, is the second single from the album and is a critique of the social and economic power held by those...

Ingles Peruvian congressman to ask U.S. to prevent Chile from purchasing F-16 planes from Netherlands

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04/05/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- After Chile confirmed that it has been negotiating the purchase of F-16 planes from the Netherlands, Peruvian congressman Juvenal Ordóñez (who also belongs to Foreign Affairs Department of Peru) has said that he will ask the United States government to prevent the transaction from being completed. According to Radio Cooperativa, Ordóñez contended that he is going to “propose the idea that the Peruvian government should get in touch with the United States of America in order to ask the nation to intervene and prevent the purchase”. It is worth noting that the United States is authorized to supervise the purchase, since the aircrafts of are U.S. origin. According to Ordóñez, it would be logical to postpone Chile’s purchase of the planes “until the situation is clarified and we know exactly whether or not this is about replacing equipment or not”.

Ingles Peruvian defensive player: "I'll bring out the knifes" against Chile

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26/03/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- The so-called "Pacific Classic" match has become even more heated after one of the likely starting players for Peru this Sunday unleashed his rage against Chile, speaking of revenge and war, while even claiming that he would "come out with knives" to play at the World Cup classificatory match. Soccer player Carlos Zambrano did not hold back his rage against Chile just days before his first encounter with "la Roja" National Team. "I have never passed by them and I never will. They have infuriated and enraged me since I was a child and this Sunday I am going to get back at them for everything they have done to us", the defense player told Peruvian press. And the athlete did not stop there. When asked about Chile possibly gaining favoritism and the "excessive safety measures" the team's players would be taking, Zambrano stressed "I don't care to talk about them.

Ingles Peru hoping player recovers in time for match against Chile

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24/03/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- Coach José Guillermo Del Solar of the Peruvian National Soccer Team has only one lingering doubt with regards to his squadron's game this Sunday against Chile in Lima. The trainer reportedly will be waiting until the very last minute to know of Paolo de la Haza, who is currently recovering from an injury, will be able to play. "We are waiting for Paolo de la Haza to completely recuperate. On Wednesday, the players will hold a practice match and we will see if he is at 100%. We are also going to see how (Johan) Fano is doing with regards to his knee (after suffering a meniscus injury)", stated Peruvian team doctor, Julio Grados. Meanwhile, Alberto Rodríguez "underwent surgery on his left shoulder due to a dislocation. He already played in Europe, he has a synthetic shield and I feel good about that as well as the tests that have been done on him", stated the...

Ingles Chile primes itself for upcoming matches against Peru and Uruguay

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23/03/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- Punctually and even well before the scheduled 10:00 AM meeting, National Soccer Team players began to arrive at the Juan Pinto Durán Complex in order to start preparations for their upcoming confrontations against Peru in Lima and then Uruguay next Wednesday in Santiago. Shortly after his arrival today in the capital city, winger Rodrigo Tello was the first to drive up to the complex this morning. The offensive halfback from the Besiktas team of Turkey scored a "super-goal" last weekend, a triumph that has opened the door for him to be amongst the primary lineup for the game against Peru. As is customary with national team or "Roja" players, they got into their vehicles without speaking to the press since they have been warned by the ANFP (the National Football Association) not to disclose any information unless at a planned conference or press event. After Tello, the...

Ingles Ministry of Foreign Affairs receives copies of Peru's petition to Hague

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20/03/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- Today, the Chilean ambassador for Lower Nations, Juan Martabit, released 10 copies of the report presented before the International Court of the Hague in an effort to reclaim territory that is currently under Chilean sovereignty. The diplomat was welcomed by the Undersecretary of Foreign Affairs, Alberto van Klaveren, and will later meet with Chancellor Mariano Fernández. Martabit will study the document, which contains four sections, along with a team of Ministry advisors and members of the Foreign Affairs commissions of both Chambers. President Michelle Bachelet will be informed tomorrow, upon arriving from India, and will call on presidents from all of political parties to convene at La Moneda presidential palace next week. An official statement released by the Chilean government yesterday indicated that Peru refers to maritime territories which "are subject to...

Ingles Poll reveals that 28% of Chileans have fallen asleep at least once at work

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12/03/09 - EMOL (Chile)

SANTIAGO.- According to a poll taken by Trabajando.com, in honor of World Sleep day this coming Saturday, 28% of Chileans admit to having fallen asleep at least once at work. Six thousand people from four countries in Latin America were asked, "Have you ever fallen asleep at work?". The country with the drowsiest workforce was Peru, where 32% said yes, followed by Chile and further down on the list by Mexico and Argentina. The majority of those polled stated that they had fallen asleep at their desks, although the most common location indicated by Argentines was the bathroom. "Low productivity and a lack of concentration are direct consequences of sleep deprivation. Workers should get an adequate amount of rest, because if they do not, their performance and health will be gravely affected", stated Juan Pablo Swett, General Director of the website Trabajando.com. Swett...
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